Tailored for the Nervous swimmer to Beginner Level !!
This DVD offers a comprehensive and practical Guidance and Advice on how to learn front crawl within 30 Days... "The Challenge is on for Coach Adam Dredge"
The DVD begins with a nervous swimmer Called Clarie, Can Claire overcome her fear towards learning to move in water?
Has Coach Dredge bitten more than he can chew?
Starting from the very beginning, Coach Dredge guides claire through the process of putting her face into the water in order to reduce drag on the water!
Claire has to become one with the water, to help create a strong, stable platform to build the front crawl stroke eventually.
The position of the swimmer on the water is vital, in order to move effectively without stopping or sinking.
30 Days is not long.. https://www.swim18.com/product-page/learn-front-craw-in-30-days-dvd
The Second part of the DVD covers an intermediate swimmer who is more comfortable within water....
Coach Dredge Tips:
When improving your Front Crawl technique aim to keep your body position as flat as you can to be streamlined in the water with a slight slope down to the hips to keep the leg kick underwater.
Try to keep your stomach flat and level to support your lower back.With eyes looking forward and down, your head should be in line with the body and the water level should come between your eyebrows and hairline.
Try to keep your head and spine as still and relaxed as possible. Instead, rotate your hips and shoulders to generate momentum through the water.
Your head should only join the rotation when you want to breathe Your shoulder should come out of the water as your arm exits while the other begins the propulsive phase under the water.
The hips should not rotate as much as the shoulders.